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22 Maps Of Detroit You’ll Want To See Before You Commit A Crime

If you're thinking about breaking bad in Detroit, make sure you see these maps first and plan accordingly.

Ian Douglass

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1. If you are unemployed and living in Detroit…

Maps of Detroit

2. … you may want to go to one of these places to get a loan.

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3. Of course, it would help to have graduated from college…

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4. … or at least from high school.

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5. However, even if you graduated from a Detroit school, it may not be open anymore.

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6. But in the end, you may be desperate enough to turn to theft in one of these areas.

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7. Although, you might be better off robbing one of the wealthier neighborhoods.

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8. If you are planning the crime with a team, it will help to know the neighborhood’s name.

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9. When you’re done, it would be pretty easy for you to hide out in one of these ruins.

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10. In fact, you could probably find a vacant home anywhere given the low population density.

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11. Just be sure to steer clear of the previous murder locations because they’re probably more heavily patrolled by police.

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12. If you get hungry after the crime, some of these fast food restaurants are bound to be 24-hour joints.

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13. But if you’re a healthy sort of criminal, Detroit has you covered better than you might have guessed.

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14. And if you really want to make the whole thing more exciting, you can try making your getaway on a bike.

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15. If your crime proves successful, here is where you can get a new house or apartment.

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16. And you can blend in with the working populations of the city (Even though many of those that work in Detroit live outside the city).

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17. Or you can try to hang out with either the people who look just like you…

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(Red dots are Caucasian residents in Metro Detroit, blue dots are black residents, and orange are Hispanic)

18. … or with the people who just got here and won’t be able to recognize you.

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19. But, if you really want to blend in with Detroiters in any part of the city, just make sure to vote for a Democrat. Otherwise, folks will assume you live in the suburbs.

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20. Unfortunately, once you commit a crime and people get wind of it, they may try to leave…

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21. … which has been a major problem in recent years.

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Source: Forbes

22. So just remember, crime in Detroit is not a game, no matter how many times Blinky, Inky, Pinky and Clyde hide from Pac Man in Detroit’s 1st police precinct.

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posted on: January 16, 2014
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